The U.S. House may say no but the U.S. Senate has passed a House version of the payroll tax cut plan.
The Senate voted Saturday on the House version of the plan that would require the President to make a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline in the next 60 days. Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler said Friday that the President needs to move.
In the House version the EPA was stopped from implementing new boiler Maximum Achieveable Control Technology. That did not make it in the Senate passed bill.
News this morning says there are provisions in the Senate bill that the House disagrees with and the vote on the Senate version may be held up today. On Friday Hartzler said congress needed to have this done months ago.
The House could request a special meeting with the Senate or make its own changes. The Senate has already adjourned for the holiday.